Archive for the ‘International Concerns’ Category
The last several presidents have acted to instigate “police actions” without the approval of Congress, contrary to the Constitution, however none of them have insisted on the “approval” of the U.N. or NATO to do so, consequently, the article hereafter is even more serious than that addressed by Mr. Zahn. Here’s another example of Barack Obama parroting his mentor George Soros on the importance of an International Authority, on the United States of America asking the permission of the U.N. of NATO before acting. This is akin to Obama and Hilary Clinton involving the U.N. in gun ownership in America, it’s akin to Obama apologizing to the world for the actions of the U.S., akin to him bowing to the King of Saudi. This is very dangerous ground. Giving the U.N. and NATO even the impression that the United States will go to them for “approval” is giving up the sanctity, the autonomy, of the country. We should never, never, never let that camel get his nose under the edge of the tent. I, for one, think Congress and only Congress should have war powers, but then, I’m a Constitutionalist.
There can only be one reason for Barack Hussein Obama blocking the Canadian pipeline across America, and that’s the fact his many Muslim friends don’t want America to have independence from Middle Eastern oil. It’s another bow to the king of Saudi Arabia, and the whole Muslim world. And, very obviously, Hussein doesn’t want America to be free of dependence upon his Muslim friends. At one time I thought Americans smart enough to see right through this kind of traitorous act, but I’m beginning to doubt American intelligence. Again, I say, don’t believe what he says, believe what Barack Hussein Obama does. Who the hell are you people? Those of you who get it, please pass this on. http://fromthepeapatch.com
For Arabic push one, then bend over and kiss your ass goodbye, America.
As our courts across the land entertain allowing Shiria law into the fabric of America, this is what we can look forward to…and much, much worse. Right now pick up the phone and call the Michigan Department of Human Services and you will hear, “For Arabic Push 3.” The downfall of California began with multi-lingual classrooms and bi-lingual ballots. It’s time that America declared “we speak English in America.”
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The Taliban – Biden’s Bosom Buddies!
I wonder what the ladies who follow the Pea Patch, in fact every woman in America, think about this comment from our administration: “Look, the Taliban per se is not our enemy. That’s critical,” US Vice-President Joe Biden said in an interview to the Newsweek magazine.
Presuming the best, giving the president and vice president the benefit of the doubt, I can only conclude that he meant, “Look, the Taliban per se is not our enemy alone, but is the enemy of the entire civilized world. The enemy of all freedom loving, tolerant, peace loving people.” Because I find it hard to believe that our administration thinks us so stupid to believe such an inane statement was made, was believed, by Vice President Joe Biden. Then again, maybe the stupidity is on the other side of that statement?
“During war, the laws are silent.”
– Quintus Tullius Cicero
(c.102-43 B.C.), Roman general; brother of Cicero the orator
Even before the birth of Christ, men understood that in the time of war it’s necessary to take unusual steps to protect us. Montana Congressman Denny Rehberg is among those pushing for a bill to allow Homeland Security to bring vehicles into our wilderness areas. At a time when four men can backpack a dirty bomb into the country…a bomb that could wipe out L. A. country, it’s time for unusual measures. Liberals in the guise of sportsmen and environmentalists are all over the T.V. proclaiming it’s an invasion of our rights…well, our right to live, and not die a horrid death from radioactivity or reisen poison, is more important than keeping vehicles out of our public lands. PROTECT OUR BORDERS. It’s more important than a few jeep tracks in the sand.